been arrested two or more times for DUI offenses which resulted in conviction or deferred prosecution (third or subsequent offense”):
and your alcohol concentration was under 15°: 90 days jail and 120 days EHM, $1,928 fine, license revocation for 3 years, ignition interlock requirement for 1 year.
And your alcohol concentration was .15 or above or you refused a test: 120 days jail and 150 days EHM, $2,778 fine, license revocation for 4 years, ignition interlock requirement for 1 year.
All persons convicted of DUI must:
pay a $125.00 breath/blood test fee (included in fine quoted above).
pay a 60% surcharge assessment on all fines (included in fine quoted above).
get an alcohol evaluation and complete a treatment program determined by the court, with a minimum of alcohol information school.
have their license be in a probationary status for 5 years after the applicable suspension period.
Surrender any driver’s license immediately to the Court, or be confined in jail for the period of such suspension or revocation or until the license is surrendered.
For the next five years, the court must suspend your driving privilege for 30 days each time you:
drive without a license or insurance, or
drive with an alcohol concentration of .08 or more, or
refuse to submit to a breath or blood test when there is reasonable grounds to believe you were DUI, whether or not you are subsequently convicted of the new offense of DUI.
AND the court must sentence you to jail for 30 days each time your commit 3(a) plus 3(b) or 3(c).
Once suspended or revoked your license remains suspended or revoked for the minimum period applicable AND until it is restored to you upon your application to and reinstatement by the Department of Licenses. To have your license restored to you, you must maintain liability insurance and file proof with the Director of Licenses, and pay a reinstatement fee, and you may be required to complete up to 60 days of alcohol treatment.